Lord Krishna Necklace (South Indian Temple Jewelry)

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The history of temple jewelry in India can be best experienced in the dimly lit corridors and pathways of its South Indian temple towns, where royal queens and later temple dancers introduced and popularized a category of ornaments that have become synonymous today with the richness and intricacy of Indian jewelry. The inspiration for making and design of temple jewelry is derived from the art of temples, which includes images of gods and goddesses and various artistic and architectural elements. Because of this connection with temple art, these jewelry pieces are greatly detailed and filled with icons of Hindu gods and goddesses. Here we have a sterling silver necklace with a beautiful image of Sri Krishna on its pendant

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Item Code: LCC08
Specifications:
Sterling Silver
Dimensions 18 inch Length
Weight: 79.50 gm
Handmade
Handmade
Free delivery
Free delivery
Fully insured
Fully insured
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide

The sterling silver Sri Krishna necklace is coated with gold to give the modern ornament the appearance of traditional temple jewelry which was fashioned out of gold. The pendant which is the center of attraction in this Sri Krishna sterling silver necklace has the icon of fluting Krishna engraved upon it, with his cow and other auspicious motifs masterfully included in the limited space. The lower section of the pendant has seven beads, small and golden and large, gem-studded ones hanging from it. The chain of the Sri Krishna necklace is made of golden beads shaped like the Rudraksha bead, with translucent red stones set in them, held by a series of delicate chains made with smaller golden and red beads. The use of red stone against the golden body of the sterling silver necklace gives the temple jewelry an authentic feel making it fit for gorgeous silk saris. Pairing this masterpiece of a necklace with your favorite Indian ethnic attire, you can transport yourself to the devotional environment of South Indian temple towns.

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